Fact-based drama about a sociology graduate (Kathleen Quinlan) who starts working with teen prostitutes in Hollywood. The film does not draw back on its depiction of the brutality that the teens face nor of the exploitation that occurs from the pimps and johns ho use them. Pat Benatar's song "Hell Is For Children" is used to set the film's theme.
August 27, 2009 Subject:
Good subject, poor quality
Inspired from a true story this fiction shows some aspects of children prostitution in Hollywood through the eyes of a student trying to collect data about these prostitute children.
The cast is not the worst you will see, but the image and sound quality make it really hard to watch from start to end.
The plot is quite light also.
So if not for the "informing" matter from a human point of view the film has no interest at all,
pick another one...